6. What Was On Clara's Mind When She Hid From The Teller?
In an incredibly tense moment, an isolated Clara is hunted by the Teller in the vaults of the bank of Karabraxos. The creature is close, she is alone and she is at risk of having her brain turned to soup. If the Teller locks onto her guilt she is dead, so she desperately tries to block him out by playing out a memory in her head. The episode suggests that there is something significant on Clara's mind. A guilt we're not aware of? Or something more dramatic? Audiences may have caught a glimpse of something significant in her life that we might not discover for some time yet. Unless of course we're reading too much into this moment. We like to think that this is all set up for something big to come, given the intensity of that glimpse into her mind. We all know Moffat likes his little mysteries. This might just be one of them.
A writer for Whatculture since May 2013, I also write for TheRichest.com and am the TV editor and writer for Thedigitalfix.com . I wrote two plays for the Greater Manchester Horror Fringe in 2013, the first an adaption of Simon Clark's 'Swallowing A Dirty Seed' and my own original sci-fi horror play 'Centurion', which had an 8/10* review from Starburst magazine! (http://www.starburstmagazine.com/reviews/eventsupcoming-genre-events/6960-event-review-centurion) I also wrote an episode for online comedy series Supermarket Matters in 2012. I aim to achieve my goal for writing for television (and get my novels published) but in the meantime I'll continue to write about those TV shows I love! Follow me on Twitter @BazGreenland and like my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BazGreenlandWriter